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Subject: wow, just wow, such clarity!!!!!
pristine sound, esp 4 70!!
all is tops
easy wind, minglewood, ttmcomes. black peter on & on
Subject: Easy Wind
Ron finishes his harmonica, says, "Go on!" and the rest of the band quiets down and lets Bobby do his thing. Then it's Jerry's turn, and before it's over you know you're hearing a song for the ages! Is there anything like a 1970 Easy Wind?
Five from Workingman's, four from American. What a show!
Subject: Good Lovin
No band has ever rocked a song like this
Subject: improved sound, nice...
Okay, I can hear a definite improvement over the other copies on I.A., I'm impressed.
I congratulate you, nice work.
Get this version, it sounds better.
Get it while you can, get it while it's free, get it now, or you'll be sorry...
Evan S. Hunt -
Subject: All Electric Workingmans /Beauty With Gibson SG
There is something very unique and indescribable with the sound of this recording and what's been done to it. It's Jerry on his Live Dead Gibson SG firewalking through songs from Workingman's Dead and American Beauty. Though some of the vocal harmonies are strained their last time played Til The Morning Comes sparkles and though slightly slower in tempo the Minglewood is very similar to their first album version. Every song version is topnotch.
An astonishingly crisp and robust representation of what would morph into concert hall Grateful Dead.